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at other people and blaming. that's just negative energy you don't need. >> what was the purpose for you, in your private moment when you said i'm going to write this book, what did you want to accomplish from it? >> well, for me, if you know anything about golf -- >> okay. >> yeah. >> okay. >> you don't want to hook in golf. >> don't say hook. >> you want to hook in music, but not in golf. >> you do know. i played the front nine. i'm now teeing off at the back nine of my career and my life, and this book is my tee shot. >> that's great. >> there's a lot of things i want to do, films, musicals, more albums. i have another album coming out february 8th. there's a lot going on, but the story, i've been putting chapters away and putting moments away i think should come up in the book. then i had a few great people. fortunately for me i've got a great publisher and great editor, who's here by the way, who believed in my story enough and hearing about what the story was like and how that will resonate with people who have had some rough spots and don't think that it's all about the glamour an
recording my debut album. how you ask? with 5-hour energy. i get hours of energy now -- no crash later. wait to see the next five hours. >>> time now for what the what where we take a look at all the photos you submitted that made you do a double take. >> sarah has that week's top picks. >> our first photo comes from jacquelin brown from clarksville, tennessee. if you have been told to watch your drinking, come on inside. we have a mirror behind the bar. maybe we should have just gotten a mirror. why stop drinking? >> i was wondering what it had to do with piranhas, but apparently nothing. >> next is from sheryl gaffney from milwaukee, oregon. >> practice safe lunch. use condiments. it almost looks like a bogts. >> that's precious. i like that one. >> stacy mitchell says the next one is from seeberville, tennessee. i'm so glad the bear is watching the sign and not me. >> oh, my god. that's scare where i. >> that was just on the side of the road in tennessee. >> wow. >> that's the view in tennessee. i need to move. sarah white from winter park, florida, sent us this photo. now, they even have
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debut album. how you ask? with 5-hour energy. i get hours of energy now -- no crash later. wait to see the next five hours. ♪ >> back now with more of "today" on this thirsty thursday. valentine's day is probably the one time you want to put away all the iphones and gadgets and cozy up to the one you love, right, hodie? >> that sounds like something you would say. there are actually some fun apps and web sites that make it easier to set the mood and keep the romance alive, and guess who is here, carly. >> we want to know why. >> she's the founder of didyoutwirl.com. >> less talk. amorous. let's have a beautiful valentine's day with the ones we love. let's start with bra shopping. which is never sexy. >> i hate bra shopping. >> right? true and company wants to change all that. you go on their website and take a two minute fit quiz like what's your favorite bra, how do the girls fit in it and all that kind of stuff, and they pick out all kinds of things that they think would fit well on you and you choose five of them. you can keep them for a week. have a sexy fashion show for your man
. >> did you notice it when destiny's child came up, the whole thing went up, whole energy went up. it's suggestive of me -- >> no. that doesn't mean there's no energy to start with. >> what do i know? >> and then it was more exciting. >> look, you have handlers that will walk in and grab you. >> baby boomers back out here. >> i'm donny deutsch and i approve this message. >> "meet the press." take three has gotten very ornery. >> strange but delicious things happening over here. cookie or cream oreo created life-size statues of us. >> we've come a long way when i'm the cream and willie is the chocolate cookie. >> is that you, willie? >> you or ronald reagan. >> it's me. >> can we eat them? >> no. >> no. >> that's just not right. >> so are you cookie or cream? >> i don't know. which one is -- >> i'm cream. >> you eat it, right into the cream? >> they belong together, you know. it's like a symphony. >> wow! >> you like that one. >> getting deep. >> they've got this thing for the next three days. you can post a photo with the #cookiethis or #creamthis. oreo, in return, will re-create your
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xlvii is finally here. there is an energy in this new orleans air. the fans, coaches, players and beyonce, all getting ready for tonight's big event. bring it to the big easy. >> how do you like new orleans so far? >> love it, love it. it is amazing. >> for one wild rise of football, fans, and fun. tonight, it's the best in the nfc going up against the best in the afc, harbaugh versus harbaugh as the baltimore ravens take on the san francisco 49ers. they are predicting a tight game. we know how the fans get ready for the big day but what about the players? i caught up with last year's super bowl mvp, eli manning, in town promoting xbox connect. >> tell me what the ritual is the night before the super bowl? >> they like routine, doing the same thing. if you eat pasta every wednesday, eat pasta. if you get a massage on thursday, get it. here is ravens' quarterback, joe flacco. >> when you see it from afar it is like this thing that is not real. when you are here, it is tough to believe you are here which allows us to relax and play. >> taking the field a star-studded lineup. jen
. beyonce, her half-time show, killed it, absorbed all the energy. >> reporter: oh, yeah. about that beyonce, singing live as promised, she lit up the superdome with all her single ladies and the destiny's child reunion many were hoping for. on this night, beyonce left the national anthem to fellow diva alicia keys. ♪ o say can you see >> reporter: while jennifer hudson joined the choir from sandy hook elementary with emotional rendition of "america the beautiful." at the end of the night, though, it was the ravens who were the better team with older brother, john harbaugh, besting his younger brother, jim. >> it's never pretty. it's never perfect, but it is us. >> reporter: their parents celebrating a bittersweet victory and players soaking up a tough win in the big easy. >> amazing. phenomenal. listen to them! baltimore, we're champions! >> reporter: here is the deal, guys, as far as the blackout goes. it lasted about 34 minutes. i got a chance to walk around a little bit. nobody panicked. nobody was overly concerned. nobody rushed the field. for the most part everybody was calm. there w
signs of dekay, something that concerned not only the energy company, entergy, but officials at the superdome. money was paid for repairs and those repairs were made but the system still failed. after the dome went dark during the super bowl it's now fresh meat for the late-night comics. >> the lights went out in the third quarter. it was weird. normally i don't experience a blackout till after the super bowl party. >> you see what happens when beyonce actually sings live? that's what happens. >> someone clapped twice and everything went dark. >> reporter: 34 minutes of near darkness unfolded on 73,000 fans in the stands, a tv audience of 108 million and a camera crew from 60 minutes sports that happened to be in the nerve center, the control room. >> we lost lights. >> reporter: so what did happen? >> it's still a mystery. we're going to get to the bottom of it. >> reporter: doug thornton manages the superdome and says there are two power feeders from the substation that go into the building and the main feeder went out, bringing down the lights on the west side of the stadi
a lot of time and energy. a friend gave me a cooking class last year and since then, i think i've accomplished something i want to share. >> good. we look forward to it. >> meantime -- my hands are sweating, i'm not kidding you -- did i put on deodorant? it's all nerves right now. >> we have your back, as you can see. >> let's see if i have your tummy. most americans will be watching the big game sunday from their living room. believe it or not, there is still time to buy a really big big big willie style tv. we'll tell you where great deals are. i don't believe in big tvs? >> no. >> what do you have a 19-incher to watch the super bowl? terrible. >>> do you want to live like a star? if you have millions of dollars burning a hole in your pocket. we'll check out celebrity homes for sale from ashton cukutcher barry bonds. >> i smelled brussel sprouts and that won me over immediately. i'm serious with that. weather will get better. it's time for counterfeit food. as the colder air starts to surge back in we are done with severe storms yesterday and last night. tomorrow, the wind ov
we are looking for. it's bringing a lot of rain. it's got a lot of energy. the jet stream is moving on top of it. we look to the thunderstorms to develop ahead of it. we may see tornadoes. behind it, colder air wrapping around the system. it's going to bring snow. anywhere from two to six inches of rain into the interior sections of new england. flood watches are up in pennsylvania, new york state and behind the system as cold air is drawn in, we are looking at a lot of snow. anywhere from a foot of snow in parts of iowa to a foot of snow in parts of wisconsin, the u.p. of michigan and expecting snowfall amounts upwards of about six to 12 inches or many as you get into northern wisconsin as well. as we watch the system, we are going to see more happening. we expect more tornado watches and warnings as the day wears on. >> thanks very much. >>> travel is messy for friends on the west coast. >>> natalie is at the news desk with the other headlines this morning. good morning. >> good morning, matt and savannah. good morning, everyone. tragic new details from brazil. the death toll from
. if the people there keep up this level of energy until game time, they will be sound asleep at about 6:00 on sunday. and also we have got wings -- how many people here are going to eat a couple of chicken wings on super bowl sunday? we have got three recipes to share with you today as part of our super bowl wings cook-off. >> smells good. >> three extinctly different recipes, one of them red hot. we'll share those a little later on. >> one of them may require a hazmat suit. >>> and in the wake of cyber attacks that happened to two major newspapers, we have a warning, what you need to do to safeguard your own personal computer to make sure you're safe. >>> natalie is in baltimore. that means tamron hall is over at the news desk with all the headlines. >> hey, matt and savannah and everyone. >>> an explosion at the entrance to the u.s. embassy in turkey. foreign correspondent richard engel is in istanbul with the latest. richard, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. details are still coming in, but witnesses say that a suicide bomber tried to enter the u.s. embassy using a side door,
. being in that room with him yesterday, you could just feel all his energy and enthusiasm. so i'm guessing he's probably got his own timetable, savannah. >> that, he does. jim miklaszewski, thank you. dr. andrew lee led the group of surgeons and dr. jaimie shores. already using his hands to text. we saw him scratch his nose. is this a lot of progress for somebody who is only six weeks out of surgery? how do you expect him to develop over these next years to get back the use of these hands? >> brendan has done extremely well since the surgery and we're very happy with his progress. the progress eventually will take time, as you already mentioned. we expect that he will first regain elbow motion in his transplanted right arm and then wrist and eventually fingers. feelings will also gradually come back, which is the important part, with the arm function. everything, again, can easily take two to three years. >> this is a 13-hour surgery as we mentioned. 16 surgeons. it's incredibly complicated. they had to connect plates and screws, muscles and tendons, veins and arteries, nerves a
? >> and then some. >> lot of prayer, lot of organization. you have to be on it. you have to have a lot of energy. >> how many diapers are you changing per day? >> ooh, goodness. i would say probably anywhere between 45 and 50. >> 50 diapers a day, which is a lot. >> it's a lot. >> this is the age where you might start potty training. >> oh, my gosh. >> what does that thought do to you? >> just trying to get through the terrible two stage right now. i'm not looking forward to potty training. >> yeah. >> that's not even -- i mean, that's just mind blowing. >> they're sextuplets, of course, but they all have their own individual personalities. >> they do. you see, we have six different personalities. they go their own direction. they do what they want to do. we want them to be individuals. >> you got this reality show. what drew you to wanting to do that? it's exciting and it's fun but now everybody sees what's going on in your lives. do you have any trepidation about that? >> no. we were on the oprah winfrey show and we received like an overwhelming response of letters saying how inspirational we
in hawaii and now has put his name and energy behind a new law called the steven tyler act, being considered in the legislature there. it would allow people, mostly celebrity celebrities, to file civil suits against paparazzi to take photos of them in areas where they, quote, might otherwise expect privacy. >> like the beach. >> no. >> telephoto lens and shoots through the window of your home, that would then allow the celebrity to file a civil suit. legally speaking, is this a good idea or slippery slope? >> it is a slippery slope. although i would cheer for it, it's not the kind of thing that constitutionally is going to stand up. the reasonable expectation of privacy on a beach would not apply. but if you go to the trouble of putting a shrubbery up around your house, that's what the argument is. i don't know if it will go through. >> i have a big issue with the boo hoo celebrities. they sign a deal -- i don't want to say with the devil. they basically use the press to their advantage when they want to and complain when it's invasive. >> we're talking in your backyard. >> in your living ro
have to have a lot of energy. >> how many diapers are you changing per day? >> oh, goodness. i would say probably -- anywhere between 45 and maybe 50. >> which is a lot. but then we start thinking about how this is the age where you might start potty training. >> oh, my gosh. can you imagine? >> trying to get through the terrible 2 stage right now. >> yeah. >> i'm not looking forward to potty training. that's not even -- that's just mind blowing. >> they are sextuplets but they have their own individual permits. >> they do. you see, we have -- yeah, six different personalities. they go their own direction. they do what they want to do. and we want them to be individuals. >> yeah. what drew you to wanting to do that? it's exciting and fun but now everybody sees what's going on in your lives. do you have any trepidation about that? >> well, we were on the openry winfrey show. we received overwhelming response. letters and how inspirational and encouraging we are. so we thought if we could do a reality show and they can see more of us and we can tell our story at the same time, let's do
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